When Healthy Eating Becomes Bad for You

An excessive preoccupation with eating healthy food and an overly judgemental stance towards others’ eating habits is classified as Orthorexia nervosa. Although its namesake sounds similar to anorexia nervosa, the two disorders are very different.

Mar 22

Categories: Eating Disorders

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Deep Inside the Schizophrenic Mind

We know very little about what goes on in the schizophrenic mind, as all we see are the outward manifestations of schizophrenia. The science concerned with the neural bases behind these manifestations remains largely elusive, but researchers have ...

Mar 22

Categories: Schizophrenia

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The Most Shocking Fact About Fake Memories

It turns out that our memories that are so vivid and real may not true after all. A new study has shown that fake memories from childhood could be implanted into our brains and make us believe that they are real!

Mar 21

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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9 New Facts About Attraction We Learned in 2016

Do opposites really attract? Is it wise to play hard to get? Should men try to “sound sexy”… Find out the science and truth behind attraction now.

Mar 21

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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Stress Can Be Reduced In This Loving Manner

Stress is a feeling commonly experienced by all. Many of us have our own coping techniques to deal with the stress we faced in our lives. New research has found that love may well be another remedy for stress!

Mar 21

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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9 Signs of Borderline Personality Disorder

Millions of people in America alone suffer from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). There are numerous ways to have BPD, as five out of these nine symptoms must be required for diagnosis alone. Here are nine possible signs of BPD.

Mar 20

Categories: Borderline Personality Disorder

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The Difference Between Large 'T' Traumas and Small 't' Traumas

Most of us may think that trauma refers to life-changing events of catastrophic proportions that drastically affect one’s emotional state of mind. These are large ‘T’ traumas. However, small ‘t’ traumas also occur to many people; while ...

Mar 20

Categories: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) / Trauma / Complex PTSD

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The Most Reassuring Thing You Can Say To Someone Experiencing Fear ...

Fear and anxiety are like shackles. They chain and prevent you from being free to live the life you want. A clinical psychologist explains that the best way to deal with such emotions is to face them bravely.

Mar 18

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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How to Choose Between Experiential and Material Purchases

Happiness is elusive and each of us has our own yardstick of happiness. Research has shown that experiences tend to beat possessions in hitting our happiness chart!

Mar 18

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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Does Keeping Busy Make Us Happy?

The hustle and bustle of life has made us quicken our footsteps, pacing through the crowd, and most of us would not admit, but we actually like the idea of being busy. There has been an assumption that keeping oneself busy makes us happy, but new ...

Mar 18

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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The Halo Effect: When Your Own Mind is a Mystery

Ever met someone attractive and think that they are intelligent, friendly and likeable as well? Well, they may really harbour all these positive qualities or you may just have been one of the many victims to the Halo Effect.

Mar 18

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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Move On Quickly From Regrets Using This Writing Instruction

All of us have regrets, and some of us are able to move on from them while others drown in these regrets and suffocate themselves. New research has shown that it is not the self-esteem that we need to build to move on from regrets. It is ...

Mar 18

Categories: Mental Health in Asia

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The Best Way To Make Friends And Keep Them

We all wish to keep our friends by our side by a long time, but some of us do so better than others. New research has found out what qualities make people stay. Find the secret to a long-lasting friendship now!

Mar 18

Categories: Friendships

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Men and Eating Disorders

When terms like “anorexia” and “bulimia” are mentioned, an image of a female starving herself is what comes to mind. This picture of eating disorders is a flawed one, as eating disorders can affect anyone, regardless of gender, age or ...

Mar 15

Categories: Eating Disorders

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The Hidden Faces of Eating Disorders

When we hear about eating disorders, what we see in our minds is an image of a young, thin and often white woman. This is, in fact, a form of bias on our part, as research shows that people who have higher weights are at higher risk of contracting ...

Mar 14

Categories: Eating Disorders

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